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Hurt People Hurt People



Many of our relationships are all messed up. They are full of drama, hurt, and pain. Why so much drama? Because we are full of drama.

  • We are hurting. For some of us, the hurt goes so deep and back so far that we don’t even know its origins.

It feels as if that hurt has always been there. And in many cases, it has. It’s been there since childhood since our daddies left us.


Father absence is the source of much of our pain, as we go our whole lives trying to make sense of it all.

  • We may now be in adult bodies, but our understanding and feelings are those of the little children who were left by Daddy.

  • We are confused. We wonder why Daddy didn’t love us.

  • We wonder why Daddy never came back for us.


This affects both men and women. Neither gender is immune to the pain of an absent father. That hurt sometimes defines who we are and how we view the world.


And we take that baggage into our dating relationships and our marriages.

  • We lash out at our mates.

  • We distrust our mates.

  • We never seem to be happy.

  • We are always ready for a fight.

  • We are relation"sick", trying to have relationships.

Yes, we're hurting so we end up hurting others. We wonder why our relationships always end up in the same painful place.


It’s only when the adult in us is able to address the hurt feelings and confusion of our younger selves that we are able to begin to heal. When we can address the hurts of our father absence, we can heal our hearts, heal our hurts, and heal our relationships. We can move from relationsick to healthy relationships.


Are you Relationsick?

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.If you would like to invite me to speak about the topic of this book — father absence and its impact — at your conference, convention, retreat, or other event, please email me at authorkennethlosborne@gmail.com

 

If you’ve not had a chance to download your copy, please click on over to

Amazon now.


If you would like an autographed copy of the print book, please indicate to whom the autograph should be made out to and mail a check or money order for $20 to:


Therapeutic Justice Institute

1409 Enclave Circle

Nashville, TN 37211


Or you can use your Visa, MasterCard or American Express by dialing 708-527-4282.


If you would like to invite me to speak about the topic of this book — father absence and its impact — at your conference, convention, retreat, or other events, please email me at authorkennethlosborne@gmail.com

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